Blink 182 Font

About Blink 182 Font

Blink-182 is an American rock band formed in Poway, a suburb of San Diego, California, in 1992. The above shows the first Blink-182 logo as seen on the cover of their debut album, Cheshire Cat. The logo features the band title in lowercase in a serif font. The font used is Times Bold.

The second album Dude Ranch saw a newly designed logo, which features the Blink 182 in all capitals in a slab serif with a star on each side of “182″. The font used is probably Rockwell.

The logo as seen on the cover of  Enema of the State features sans serif fonts. Similar fonts for them are Helvetica Bold Oblique  for “blink” and  Trade Gothic for “182″.

Another Blink-182 logo and “blink” is still in Helvetica Bold Oblique, but Futura Book for “182″, as seen on the cover of Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, released in 2001.

The smiley face logo,  first appeared on the cover of their self-titled album released in 2003, features a “smiley face” with X’s for each eye and five arrows on the left side of the face, under the logo is the grunge lettering of the album name “Blink-182”, which resembles a font called Resurrection. The font is available in uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers and limited punctuation marks. You can download the font for free here.

You can follow the link above to download Blink 182 font. Use the text generator below if you want to create text graphics with the font online.

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